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2005 Haro Sport

#1 2019-01-04 7:42am

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2005 Haro Sport

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2005 Haro Sport

Even when I try to go NewSchool... I'm still MidSchool

2005 Haro Sport, S/N: SPW5N0001

Back in the day, I always wanted a Haro Sport. My buddy Jay thrashed an '88 Team Sport for many years, till it was a creaky, scratched, sticker-bombed mess. I loved every bit of it. I eventually got a Bashguard Master (terrible idea, even then I was near 6'0") and I inherited an '86 Sport from a local around '93-'94... but without the 990, I was always yearning for better braking. When my buddy John found this frame (in pretty poor shape) in Vancouver, he sent it to me as a gift, knowing I'd treat her right! I like the geometry of this frame (based on the Blammo / Mirra) and though Haro didn't quite get the tubing right on these (trimoly I believe) the look and the feel of this bike is a good step in the direction of the eventual Lineage Sport. I did this one up like I would have back in the day: used what I had lying around. Turned out pretty good, I think.
I'll Have to see if I can find a picture of my old Performer from the summer of 1989 for comparison, but I used to rock a Santa Cruz 'shark' decal on my seatpost. Figured I'd pay tribute here. Also -- SPW5N0001 -- I'm not so arrogant as to think I have the first 2005 Sport... but it's a pretty cool serial.
Frame: 2005 Haro Sport
Fork: 2009 Giant Method Pro
Headset: Mixture of stuff I had lying around. Cane Creek / Diatech
Detangler: No.
Stem: Sunday
Bars: New reissue GT 4pc.
Grips: ODI Longneck
Bar-ends: ODI
Lever: Tech77Cable: Green
Brake: parts-bin special - used a low profile spring and cap from an Hombre to gain clearance for the 30/9 gearing
Crank: whatever comes on a Giant Method Pro
Chainwheel: '88,' 30t
Pedals: Gold for Dave
R. Wheel: The stock wheel from the '09 Giant Method Pro, 36h, 9t driver
F. Wheel: 36h Alienation Deviant w. sealed-bearing low-flange no-name hub.
Tires: Odyssey Path rear 1.85, new GT  LP-V 2.2 front
Seat: parts-bin Haro / Velo 311
Seatpost: fluted chrome 25.4
Seatpost Clamp: Fusion

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43! Ahahahahahaha... 43.

WTB (long-term projects): 'Dave Cullinan' Robinson f/f, Homeless Mack SL, S&M Bennett or Menstrual.

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#2 2019-01-13 11:49pm

kidbazooka1
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Re: 2005 Haro Sport

Nice job

I have a teal 06 sport done up in lineage parts.

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#3 2019-01-21 7:32pm

ChaseDyno-Bmx
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Re: 2005 Haro Sport

cool

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